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didn't read the bill. every time obama comes -- president obama comes out with something, they just back it no matter what, and all of a sudden they have an oops moment 'cause they realized oh, my costs go up, so please help me. i think the bottom line, they'll end up with some sort of exemption, some sort of subsidy and guess what? it will be on our backs as usual. >> i know, but it's kind of interesting, dagen, maybe expecting quid pro quo didn't happen. >> to gary's point, if they get these subsidies on top of -- these members already having health insurance, that just opens the door for handouts to anybody. will ultimately drive up the cost of this health care law even more. listen, this law was about expanding health insurance to people who didn't have it. well, union members, you have it. your costs go up. suck it up. that's the way it goes [ laughter ] >> you like that one, huh? >> charlie, they've got -- to dagen's point, they qualify for breaks -- >> it's kind of absurdity of the health care law in the first place that there is all these sort of outs, you can get an out if
a severe impact on our military preparedness. >> well, that was president obama yesterday speaking about massive looming defense budget cuts, as the pentagon threatens to reduce pay for our men and women in uniform and other painful money saving measures and all of that is raising questions about u.s. military strength down the road. now, new polls show americans are concerned. nearly half of our country believes the u.s. is weaker than less powerful than five years ago and less than one quarter think that america is stronger. a retired major general, fox news military analyst. >> good morning, jamie. >> jamie: i don't have to tell you how much i appreciate our troops, they're the greatest and the best. how much will cuts impact readiness. >> and the army cuts the o and m, operation and training budget, some 78% and also means a pay cut for our young men and women, and probably most dangerous, it threatens the contact that the american people have with their soldiers who have gone through what, now, over a decade of very, very painful wars, repeated trips to afghanistan and iraq. great s
to be paying for it. yet another obama transfer of wealth from hard working people to middle income and lower income people. that is all right with me but let's not kid ourselves if obama some find way of bending healthcare. that was all just nonsense. >> neil: adam, do you feel guilty? >> every day, but not because of this. [ laughter ] >> that is good. >> i enjoyed those cool brands we had an opportunity to show at the beginning of this segment. what we didn't talk about is this affects about 3% of universal orlando's 17,000 employees. the other 90% they are continuing to cover. and ben is right, you should take advantage of a subsidy when you can. you can cover tens of millions of more americans that were covered before. >> neil: but we're not at that point. those who have their coverage, including i suspect those full time workers at universal will continue having that coverage, they are paying through the nose for it. premiums have gone through the roof. she works with kids and it is going through the roof there. that was not envisioned. >> but before this what we doing as society is pay
off of that, the second year, year and a half. that's when president obama seems a lot more reasonable. i think he's overshooting and going to shoot himself in the foot. >> adam. i want to get-- i think this is personal though. a much bigger problem that's coming across from prominent democrats, not only avoiding the spending problem, but dismissing it as a problem as all. let's listen to some reaction. >> it's almost a false argument to say we have a spending problem. >> i want to disagree with those who say we have a spending problem. >> and we have a spending problem. >> and when he talk about that, like there's an assumption that somehow, we as a nation are broke. >> what do you think of that adam? >> it's funny, i knew-- i just could sense in my bones we were coming to nancy pelosi first on the subject. and-- >> could have picked any one of a half of dozen prominent democrats last week, i chose her because of the eyes, but you have to admit that's bizarre. >> i don't think so. here is what they're saying, they're saying this isn't a spending problem. it's a political problem in fa
're going to be paying for it. turns out it's another obama transfer of wealth for hard working people to middle income and lower income people and that's all right with me, that's the way that life is supposed to work. let's not kid ourselves, that obama has a miraculous way of bending the health care curve. that's just nonsense. >> adam, then, do you feel guilty? >> every day, neil, not because of this. (laughter) >> that's good, that's good. >> i enjoyed the cool brands that we had an opportunity to show at the beginning of the segment. and what we didn't talk about is that this affects about 3% of universal orlando's 17,000 employees that they-- the other 97% they're continuing to cover. at the end of the day-- and ben is right. you should take advantage of a subsidy when you can. at the end of the day, we'll cover tens of millions of more americans than were being covered before and i suspect-- >> but we're not at that point. >> we're not at that point and those who have their coverage, including, i suspect, those full-time workers at universal studios who will continue having th
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